Grace Trinity matrics jump for joy

WITH 21 candidates in 2017, Grace Trinity School for Girls is excited with their matric results.

The top academic was Nolitha Radebe with a 71 per cent average.

The school achieved eight distinctions, with five in life orientation (Chantelle Bennett, Kelsely Loubser, Rethabile Mashigo, Sesona Qwabe and Tyla Ryan), one in visual art (Kelsey Loubser), one for dramatic arts (Amy Snyders) and one for history (Nolitha Radebe).

THRILLED: Matriculants who had just received their 2017 matric results.

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